(You Can Still) Rock in America

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"(You Can Still) Rock in America"
Single by Night Ranger
from the album Midnight Madness
Released 1983
Recorded 1983
Genre Hard rock, heavy metal
Label MCA Records
Writer(s) Jack Blades
Brad Gillis
Night Ranger singles chronology
"Sing Me Away"
(1983)
"(You Can Still) Rock in America"
(1983)
"Sister Christian"
(1984)

"(You Can Still) Rock in America" is a rock anthem written by Jack Blades and Brad Gillis, and the first single released from Night Ranger's 1983 album Midnight Madness.[1] Former Deep Purple and Black Sabbath singer Glenn Hughes contribute backing vocals on the song.[citation needed]

In popular culture[edit]

A re-recording of the song is downloadable content for Rock Band 2 and is a playable track on Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock.[citation needed]

"(You Can Still) Rock in America" was the opening credits theme song for the television series Rock 'N' America.[citation needed]

Charts[edit]

Year Single Chart Position
1983 "(You Can Still) Rock In America" Billboard Hot 100 51
Mainstream Rock 15

References[edit]

  1. ^ Roth, Jason (November 2001). "Motorin' Mania". Spin. p. 88.